The Frankenstein question of life—which this story handles in an intriguing new way—persists today, as much as it ever did. Hidden within the answers are philosophies that impact how we interact with earth, its climate, and its creatures.
Visit the Poetic Earth Month art gallery and see the hope of stone on a winter afternoon, from the hand of landscape artist Andy Goldsworthy.
A poem about searching for sea glass and celebrating a love that lasts.
Eight children discover—and build—a world in the woods. It’s a world of imagination. It’s a world they don’t want to leave. One of those children, now grown, remembers what happened, in this short, original film.
Eating a pomegranate before its time reminds us, as this poem says, that “appetite has a season.”
Immolation As the horizon looms, flips over to present an endless span of waves, I give up, surrender. My fate’s the fate of falling. I guess I hoped for recognition, that when I pushed my arms into the hostile sun he would look up and see my face, the frame of limb so like his […]
“Do the shells still hear the sea…” asks this poem about loss, memory, and being.
Papa is the sky
Mama is the air…